Sample Namibia in a Nutshell Safari

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Days 1 - 2: Sossusvlei

Depart Windhoek for 2 nights in Sossusvlei in the Namib Desert, Fully Inclusive

This morning you depart Windhoek by light aircraft for Sossusvlei in the Namib Desert. There are two departures from Windhoek, one in the mid morning and one in the early afternoon. On arrival you are met and transferred to Kulala Desert Lodge for a 2 night stay.

Days 3 - 4: Swakopmund

 

2 nights The Delight Hotel, Swakopmund

Continue south to Swakopmund. The appeal of Swakopmund lies in strolling about admiring the High German architecture, perhaps stopping at one of the several good seafood restaurants or coffee houses. There’s plenty to do and see such as the Seal Colony at Cape Cross, the flamingos at Walvis Bay or the Welwitschia “forest”. Visit the surreal landscape of the “Moon Mountains”, an area of deep chasms and interesting geological features, or perhaps try some sand-boarding or quad-biking.

Days 5 - 6: Twyfelfontein

Guided tour to Damaraland for 2 nights at Mowani Mountain Lodge

Now the guided part of your itinerary begins. You head across the gravel plains of the Skeleton Coast to Mowani Mountain Camp.

Highlights of your stay include a visit to the rock engravings at Twyffelfontein as well as 4x4 nature  drives in search of the rare desert elephant and rhino as well as gemsbok, springbok, ostrich and other hardy desert animals. Strange plants play host to even stranger insects and your guide brings insight to the questions of survival in this unique environment.

Days 7 - 9: Etosha South

3 nights Etosha Oberland Lodge, Full Board & Game activities

Travel onto Etosha to stay at Etosha Oberland for three nights.

Day 10: Okonjima Nature Reserve

1 night Okonjima Plains Camp, Full Board & Game activities

Drive south into the Omboroko Mountains to stay overnight at Okonjima Plains Camp. It is famed for its Africats rescue project, a non-profit project to preseve and rehabilitate large cats so visitors can view and learn about them at close range in their natural habitat – perhaps track leopards in the rehabilitation area, radio-track cheetah on foot or visit the cheetah project. After dinner you can visit the hide to spot night creatures like caracal, porcupine or honey-badgers.

Day 11: End of Itinerary

Return to Windhoek

This morning you transfer to Windhoek Airport in time for your ongoing flight arrangements. 

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